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Full text of "Alaskan glacier studies of the National Geographic Society in the Yakutat Bay, Prince William Sound and lower Copper River regions"

X3dv                                       LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
FLATS   NUMBER
Serpentine Glacier..................................................    CXXXIII
Surprise Glacier with Detached Glacier..............................    CXXXTV
Surprise and Cataract Glaciers......................................      CXXXV
Harriman Glacier, showing snow-covered neVe1-sheathed slopes...........    CXXXVI
Western edge of Harriman Glacier....................................   CXXXVII
A great overhanging glacial groove cut in hard rock, Point Doran, Harriman Fiord....................................................... CXXXVIH
Western wall of Fiord near Barry Glacier.............................    CXXXIX
Map of Barry Glacier, and submarine terminal moraine................            CXL
Map of moraine bars at head of Fort Wells............................          CXLI
Tebenkof Glacier in 1910............................................         CXLH
Eastward-descending rock benches, on northern site of Passage Canal......       CXLHI
The Through valley of Portage Glacier................................        CXLIV
Terminal Cascade of Chenega Glacier compared in height with Washington
Monument......................................................         CXLV
The advancing terminus of Childs Glacier, near the northern edge in 1910..           CXLV
Map of lower Port Fidalgo..........................................        CXLVI
Childs Glacier.....................................................      CXLVH
The $1,500,000 railway bridge which was menaced by advance of Childs
Glacier in 1910..................................................     CXLVIII
Part of front of Childs Glacier in Copper River........................     CXLVIII
Cliff of Childs Glacier compared in height with the Glaus Spreckles building       CXLIX
Low water stage of Copper Biver....................................               CL
Icebergs from Childs Glacier thrown up among the trees by waves.......               CL
Childs Glacier showing thickening with advance of southern margin from
October 15,1909 to August 17, 1910................................             CLI
Northern margin of Childs Glacier in 1909............................           CLII
Northern margin of Childs Glacier in 1910............................          CLHI
Nine maps of the same portion of the front of Childs Glacier in 1910.....           CLIV
Northern margin of Childs Glacier, advancing into mature forest in 1910..            CLV
Terminal moraine of Childs Glacier...................................           CLVI
Miles Glacier at Abercrombie Rapids.................................         CLVEE
Miles Glacier, holding Copper River in marginal channel of Abercrombie
Rapids.....'....................................................        CLVHI
Small portion of front of Miles Glacier.................................       CLVHI
Valley portion of Miles Glacier and the terminal ice cliff................          CLIX
Copper River in its marginal channel.................................            CLX
Wooded surface of the western part of the stagnant bulb of Miles Glacier...          CLXI
Surface of Miles Glacier in the zone of thick ablation moraine...........         CLXII
Zone of thin ablation moraine on bulb of Miles Glacier..................       CLXH3
The expanded northern bulb of Miles Glacier..........................        CLXIV
Map( of Miles Glacier bulb..........................................         CLXV
Ground moraine surface between southern terminal moraine and Miles Lake       CLXVI
Crevasse in detached ice mass at southern edge of Miles Glacier..........      CLXVII
Forested terminus of Grinnell Glacier.................................      CLXVQ